No action from probe into Chorus contract terms

No action from probe into Chorus contract terms
A new regulatory era dawns for the telco network operator. (Image: Getty)
Paul McBeth
The Commerce Commission won’t take a probe any further into terms of access to the Chorus fibre network after spending the past couple of years investigating. In May 2020, the regulator started checking whether Chorus’ non-price terms to access the base fibre of its network were offered in line with the obligations of the fibre deed signed to participate in the government-sponsored ultrafast broadband programme. The regulator received complaints from several access seekers about the terms of some of Chorus’ fibre acc...

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